We make highly unusual as well as very classical sundials. Our dials
have been described as "The Rolls Royce of Sundials" in an article
in 'The Times' of London.
We are mainly known for our armillary spheres. The spheres can be
made of brass, mirror polished stainless steel or bronze and can
range in size from 50cm to 4 metres diameter. We also make a wide
range of other sundials and sundial sculptures and David delights
in producing dials to suit the tastes and requirements of every
client using materials as diverse as mirror glass, gold, copper,
oxidized steel, marble and slate.
Whether you want a vertical dial for your home or a stunning mirror-glass
obelisk sundial for your office we will make you a sundial that
will be a talking-piece for centuries to come. Each sundial is made
to commission, and to ensure their accuracy they are made for the
exact longitude and latitude of their resting-place. The dial is
personalized with details such as a sundial motto, the name of the
house, children's initials and dates of birth, a commemorative message,
etc. We also can engrave the distance and direction from the sundial's
resting-place to anywhere you have connections with.
David has produced and installed various dials for clients ranging
from Chicago banks to Oxford Colleges as well as private gardens
in Britain, Europe and the United States. Public Sundials completed
in 1999 include:
- Magdalen College, Oxford
- The Putney Society in London
- Stonehenge dial for an Oxfordshire village
- Stevenage Town Centre
- ESRI, Berkeley, California, USA.
- Citoroen Headquarters, UK
We would be delighted to send you our brochure.